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Fae Visions of the Mediterranean

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The Mediterranean is a liquid road connecting places and people. Ships, words and stories travel on its waves. Sometimes fantastic creatures, hidden in the hold. The Mediterranean speaks many languages; some of them we don’t recognize anymore. They are ancient, but never really dead. This speculative fiction anthology collects twenty-four pieces of fiction and poetry, new ...more
Paperback, 164 pages
Published May 2016 by Futurefire.net Publishing
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Apr 07, 2016 rated it really liked it
This is the fifth Future Fire anthology that I have read. The first three—Outlaw Bodies, We See a Different Frontier, and Accessing the Future—are each linked by a common theme or idea, and the fourth one, TFF-X: Ten Years of The Future Fire, is a mix of new work and selected reprints published to celebrate the tenth year anniversary of The Future Fire magazine. The most recent anthology, Fae Visions of the Mediterranean: An Anthology of Horrors and Wonders of the Sea, is a collection of stories ...more
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This is a beautifully diverse, fascinating book. Disclaimer - I have a poem in it - but that is only one page out of hundreds of pages. I particularly loved Angie Rega's story about love, power and the sea in Venice.
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